Tesla Charger Installation
As a Tesla Certified Wall Connector installer, you can expect that your Wall Connector installation with Washington Generators will meet Tesla’s standards for installation. We consider the various needs of our Tesla customers home charging needs. Charging Overview When charging your Tesla at home, you are using an alternating current (AC) charging. AC charging supplies power to the vehicle’s on-board charger which in turn converts the AC power to DC (direct current) allowing the battery to be charged. The size of the on-board charger restricts the amount of power that can be delivered to the battery.  Charging at Home There are two types of charging levels that Tesla owners can use at home. Each level delivers different charging speeds and utilizes different charging solutions.

Level 1 Charging

Level 1 charging is designed for your NEMA 5-15 outlets, your standard household outlet. These outlets have a lower voltage and are designed to be used with Tesla’s Mobile Connector cord. The charge time varies heavily, ranging from 6 hours to 50 hours to achieve a full charge depending on the remaining battery in your Tesla when you go to charge.

Level 2 Charging

Level 2 charging is the most common type of charging at home. This is also Tesla’s recommended method of charging. Most home charging stations support the required 240 volts to charge at a faster rate in comparison to Level 1 charging. The direct connection ensures the reliability of the charge, as well. The best Level 2 charging option for Tesla is the Tesla Wall Connector. The recharge time for a Tesla Wall Connector ranges from 6 to 12 hours depending on the battery in your Tesla when you go to charge.

Why Choose the Tesla Wall Connector

The Tesla Wall Connector is the home charging solution for Tesla drivers. The Tesla Wall Connector:
    • Provides the most convenient charging experience at home since it is a fixed installation in the home
    • Has the same functionality as the Mobile Connector since it was a button to open the charge port and a dock to hold the charge handle
    • Has a simple installation for a Tesla Certified Wall Connector Installer who can configure it on site to best meet your charging needs
    • Is able to have its electric current levels adjusted during installation to match the power available on site due to various panel sizing and capacity

Level 1 Charging

Level 1 charging is designed for your NEMA 5-15 outlets, your standard household outlet. These outlets have a lower voltage and are designed to be used with Tesla’s Mobile Connector cord. The charge time varies heavily, ranging from 6 hours to 50 hours to achieve a full charge depending on the remaining battery in your Tesla when you go to charge.

Level 2 Charging

Level 2 charging is the most common type of charging at home. This is also Tesla’s recommended method of charging. Most home charging stations support the required 240 volts to charge at a faster rate in comparison to Level 1 charging. The direct connection ensures the reliability of the charge, as well. The best Level 2 charging option for Tesla is the Tesla Wall Connector. The recharge time for a Tesla Wall Connector ranges from 6 to 12 hours depending on the battery in your Tesla when you go to charge.

Why Choose the Tesla Wall Connector

The Tesla Wall Connector is the home charging solution for Tesla drivers. The Tesla Wall Connector:
    • Provides the most convenient charging experience at home since it is a fixed installation in the home
    • Has the same functionality as the Mobile Connector since it was a button to open the charge port and a dock to hold the charge handle
    • Has a simple installation for a Tesla Certified Wall Connector Installer who can configure it on site to best meet your charging needs
    • Is able to have its electric current levels adjusted during installation to match the power available on site due to various panel sizing and capacity
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